- Posted January 23, 2013 by
Balinese attacked again by Indonesian
After the chaotic in Lampung a view month ago where Balinese becoming a humiliation and defamation causing houses and temple burned by Indonesian, and citizen of Balinese killed.
Yesterday Mass riots occurred in Sumbawa Besar , Sumbawa regency, West Nusa Tenggara, on Tuesday afternoon, January 22, 2013.
Mass rampage and burned by damaging some buildings and vehicles.
Chief of Police NTB Regional Brigadier General Muhammad Iriawan confirmed justify the event. He also said that police personnel have jumped to the site to secure the situation.
Version residents obtained Tempo , the unrest was triggered by the issue of the Balinese police officers who raped a female student village residents Brang Rea, Moyo Hulu, on Monday morning. The incident resulted in the death toll. The issue is making people angry.
This information is different from the version of the police. Iriawan outlines that the victim died as a result accidents on the highway department-Kanar Sumbawa , Kilometer 15-16, near the hamlet of Pond shrimp farms, Village Lab Badas, Sumbawa Besar, on Saturday, 19 January 2013, at around 23:00.
At that time, he said, police personnel named I Gede Eka Swarjana, 29, rode with Arniati, 30 years, using Yamaha Mio motorcycle with plate number 5861 DK WY. Eka and Arniati dating. Both drove from Kanar towards Sumbawa.
Arriving near the hamlet of shrimp pond dam, Village Lab Badas, the bike skid and fell into the road, causing Arniati died. "So the truth is laka necessarily lead to death," said Iriawan through short messages.
After the incident, the police do if the crime scene, making the administration of the investigation, as well as the examination of the witnesses named I Wayan Merta Astika and Arahman.
He also said that till this evening mass rioting is happening. "There are masses of approximately 200 people who take action, that pretend throwing and burning of vehicles, house and Hindu temples," he said.
Iriawan said the brigade has deployed personnel, to defuse the situation, as well as several regional police officials went to Sumbawa. "We have coordinated with the regents," said Iriawan.